Fitbit

  • Pioneer in fitness trackers, but has seen revenues decline precipitously since 2016 with mounting losses  
  • Banking on smartwatches for growth; entered the market in 2017 and is now the second-largest player in terms of market share in the U.S., behind Apple
  • Made five acquisitions in the past ...

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